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Buhari Won’t Leave Before 2023 – Presidency Warns ‘Charlatans,’ Power Grabbers!

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President Buhari Urges Leaders At All Levels To Lead By Example

Muhammadu Buhari is not moved by the action of those the presidency has described as charlatans determined to derail the administration from its goals or bring down the government.

Speaking on Friday on a Channels Television programme, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu said that Buhari would not sacrifice his four year mandate on the expediency of yielding to the agitations of secessionists and power grabbers.

Garba spoke against the background of agitations in the polity over the intentions of the Buhari administration.

Responding to the agitations in the Southeast, Southwest, and even from the core North where the president has been flayed, Mallam Shehu said:

“I want to assure Nigerians that the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari is addressing multiple challenges that are facing the country especially in dealing with security and yet we are still making progress in agriculture, economy, anti-corruption, which are the key policies that brought the party and the government to office.

“It is sad for the country that opposition is exploiting some of these things. It is quite unfortunate and I want to assure that the president remains focused in preserving the security and unity of this country.

“It is an established fact that all nations of the world face problems and what is expected of all well-meaning members of the society is that they should team up with the government so that together we will all fight criminality and insurgency and all that,” the Buhari media aide said.

“We accept that dissent is allowed, this is a democracy and people have a right to tell truth to government but we must be careful in doing that. Nobody can bring down the government because this is a government elected democratically.

“Government in a democracy come through periodic elections and if we have a government in office as we have, sponsored by political parties to win the elections, it is telling you that that confidence of the public is still there.

“People with strong ambitions, wait till four years, in fact, in our case, two more years to go to election and President Buhari will not be a candidate in that election.”

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